Monday, December 22, 2014

Paving Operations Concluding for the Season

With the onset of cold weather, the Division of Highway Services (DHS) is wrapping up its road resurfacing program for the season. It’s been a very productive spring, summer and fall as, throughout the County, DHS has paved, patched and rehabilitated more than 100 roads, road segments and subdivisions, repaired bridges, refurbished sidewalks and curbs, and repaired and replaced storm drains.

Some of the primary road paving projects using hot mix asphalt completed this season include portions of Peachtree, Quince Orchard, Shady Grove, Muncaster, Notley and Good Hope roads; Mid-County Highway and Wisteria Drive.

A few of the neighborhood street segments and communities that now have repaved or patched roads include Ganley, Chapel, Bready, Alexander, Peach Tree, Kings Valley and Sugarland roads; Silver Brook and Scott drives; Talley, Dunhorse and Fellowship lanes; Talley Court; and the neighborhoods of Kensington Heights, Briars Acres, Gunners View/Gunners Lake Village, Connecticut Avenue Estates, Wyngate, Goshen Estates, Avery Village, Kings Valley Manor, Wilderness Walk, Goshen Estates, Rock Creek Manor and Granby Woods.

More details about road, sidewalk, curb and gutter, bridge and storm drain projects are available on DHS’ website.